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  • 6 Ideas for Setting Up the Middle School Math Classroom
    As a teacher, there is so much to do when it comes to setting up the classroom, that it is hard to know where to start! Over the course of my first six years of teaching middle school math, a few of these classroom projects have become staples in my classroom...
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  • 15 Ideas for Improving Teacher Morale
    Teacher morale is an important part of the school community. Teachers are unique, we're used to fending for ourselves, and pulling ourselves out of even the deepest of funks. This doesn't mean we don't like a little morale booster from time to time...
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  • It’s Time to Access Your To-Do Lists and True Grit
    We often talk about SMART goals with our students and make some for ourselves each year. The whole idea and process of organizing your goals and writing them down is fantastic! But then what? First, it is critical to...
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  • How to Make Your Classroom Their Classroom
    Whether you go for the all-out look of a new theme with lots of new decorations brought from home, or whether you go for a the more basic, functional look, what really makes a classroom come alive is...
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  • Meaningful Work for Students Serving In-School Suspension (ISS)
    I always hate the assignments I send with students when they serve ISS. I hate everything about ISS. Obviously, when students are fighting or behaving extremely disrespectfully, they need to be removed from class. Once he/she is taken to ISS, I despise gathering work for the student to do all day because...
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  • 8 Steps to Stations in the Secondary Classroom
    I was in a discussion with several social studies teachers, some of whom were curious how I use stations in my secondary classroom. I thought that teachers either used stations or didn't, but as one colleague put it, "I want to use stations, but I can't figure out how and just fall back on whole class work." It hadn't occurred to me that...
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  • 4 Tips for New Instructional Coaches
    Like any teacher who knows how important what they do is, at the beginning of each year I am plagued with doubt about my ability to perform this important role on my campus. I decided it might make me feel better to prepare a list of tips for new coaches...
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  • 11 Positive Ways You Can Support Students After a Hurricane
    Disasters, both nearby and far away, often cause stress, anxiety, and fear in children before, during, and long after an event occurs. The timing and widespread impacts of Hurricane Harvey and Hurricane Irma have many children all over the country feeling uneasy...
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  • How I Teach Writing: My Top 10 List
    I remember early on in my career as a teacher, when I realized that I was doing fine with the literature and books, but that I was really lagging behind with the writing instruction. I was assigning plenty of papers and stories, but I wasn’t doing much to actually teach my students to write. So I decided to...
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  • Join #TpTGivesBack and Support Gulf Coast Teachers
    Teachers Pay Teachers is a community that cares deeply. No matter the situation, TpT’ers do everything they can to provide support, help, and hope, especially when it comes to situations involving students and fellow educators...
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  • How to Help a Teacher Rebuild the Classroom After a Major Storm
    After a tornado, hurricane, or blizzard, there will be some areas more affected than others. Some schools will be completely destroyed, while others will be up and running after a few weeks. So, the needs of each school and each teacher will vary. It’s very important to...
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  • 5 Ways Teachers Can Help Students Cope With Natural Disasters
    When natural disasters strike, they can leave an entire country, or even world, reeling. Teachers and students can sense the palpable feelings of anxiety, apprehension, and insecurity in the classroom. While these events can rock us to our core, students need teachers to...
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  • How To Create A Classroom Economy That Students and Teachers Love
    Expensive prize box maintenance, complex class rewards systems, and the management of brag tags are not my jam. Creating a classroom economy system that helps students practice money management, focuses on job responsibilities, and rewards students in meaningful ways is a much better use of instructional time...
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  • Sticky Vocabulary: Teach, Remember, and Use Words Daily
    Frozen fractals. Ask any child to sing Disney's Frozen theme song and they will sing the part, "..frozen fractals all around!" This is proof that primary students (and even preschoolers) can learn to pronounce challenging vocabulary. Our job is to...

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